Rosie Mew

Rosie Mew
Clinical specialist – Sports Specialist Physiotherapist


Rosie is our Sports Specialist Physiotherapist with over 20 years of working with Elite Athletes and International Sport. She presently works at our Bury Street clinic, in the city of London, as well working 2 days a week for British Gymnastics. Rosie is an expert in the management of sports injuries, in both adults and children.

Rosie has a huge range of Elite Sport experience and has previously worked for England Athletics, England Hockey, GB Table Tennis, GB Bobsleigh, British Ski team, London Irish RFU, as well as working elite Triathletes and Marathon runners and has worked for the English Institute of Sport. She has attended numerous major Summer and Winter games including the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games, the London 2012 Olympic Games, the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, and she was the Lead Physiotherapist for the British Team for the London 2012 Paralympic Games.

Rosie qualified from the Royal London in 1993, gained her MSc in 2003 from UCL, is Pilates and Acupuncture trained for over 18 years, and gained her ACPSEM Physios in Sport Gold accreditation in 2008. Rosie has 2 kids and juggles her love for her work around being a mum.

“I feel lucky to truly love my job and I am passionate about Sports Physiotherapy and getting people better, whether that is helping an Athlete pursue their hopes of an Olympic medal, or equally helping the keen dog walker recover from a simple sprained ankle”.